Amazon unleashes transparent for free.
Tina Fey's got a new show.
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Saturday, January 24th, Amazon is making its golden globe winning television show, Transparent, available for free.
No prime subscription necessary.
It's only for one day so you've got 24 hours to stream ten episodes.
The show won Golden Globe for best television show in comedy or musical, and Jeffery Tambor one for best actor in the same category.
Also on Saturday Amazon is selling its Amazon Prime service for 72 bucks.
Now why $72?
Amazon says in celebration of the 72nd annual Golden Globes.
To get the deal visit Amazon dot com slash transparent prime.
Now if you're watching this video after Saturday I'm sorry about your bad luck you missed the deal.
No I'm really sorry, this is my sorry face.
Also, on Saturday, the Interview starts streaming on Netflix.
Now, it's got a Metascore of 52 on Metacritic, and views have been generally negative.
But, at least you get to watch it, because freedom.
Let's look into the future with new releases.
Amazon just got Woody Allen to write and direct his first ever TV series.
It's set to premiere sometime next year on Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Right now, it's called the untitled Woody Allen project.
When he was asked about the show Allen said, I don't know how I got into this.
I have no ideas and I'm not sure where to begin.
Lastly, Tina Fey's got a new sitcom hitting Netflix on March 9th.
The show is called Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, starring Ellie Kemper.
You might remember her from The Office as Erin.
When Woody was asked his comment about this show he said to get away from it.
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